With a diverse economy, its membership of the Schengen area, and its strong trade links to Europe, Latin America and certain areas of Africa, Spain makes an ideal place to set up and conduct business. Spain is known for its rich and diverse cultural heritage and has one of the largest numbers of UNESCO heritage sights in the world, with 47, from the beautiful Al Hambra in the south and the stunning Sagrada de Familia in Barcelona. Spain is a very popular tourist destination, with well-loved vacation spots including Ibiza, Canary Islands, Barcelona and the Costa del Sol.
Schedule a free consultation with one of our Residency Advisors who will help you prepare necessary documents.
Apply for an entry visa to Spain for the individual to travel to the country to buy a property.
Our team helps you find a property investment that fully satisfies both your and the programme’s requirements.
Visit immigration in Spain for the collection of biometrics and to get your passport stamped.
Purchase the property and submit your residency application, required to become permanent residents.
Once an investment has been made, and after the first year, investors can apply for authorisation to live in Spain for two years, renewable for another two years after that (and on), as long as the investment threshold of €500,000 is maintained. For this application, you have to show that you have travelled to Spain at least once in the previous 12 months. There is no limit to the number of times this two-year residency can be renewed.
Roughly 6 months from your application being processed.
Applicants must invest EUR 500,000 into government approved real estate for a minimum holding period, after which there are exit options available providing the possibility to realise capital gain on the investment.
Unfortunately no. The only route is by investment from a single applicant.
Main applicants can include their Spouse, dependent children under the age of 18 and dependent parents in their application.
Golden Visa holders are free to sell their property at any time, providing they reinvest into another property to the threshold of EUR 500,000 they will keep their Golden Visa. If they do not reinvest, the Golden visa will not be renewed.
Applicants must be above the age of 18 years old, have a clear source of funds and have no criminal record.
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